Sandra Walklate, Ph.D.
)r. Sandra Walklate is currently conjoint Professor of Criminology and a member of the Gender and Family Violence Research Group. In January 2006, she joined Liverpool University, having held previous appointments at Manchester Metropolitan, Keele, Salford and Liverpool Polytechnic where she began her career in January 1975. Throughout her career she has maintained an interest in criminal victimisation that in more recent times has been extended both substantially and conceptually to include the impact of 'new terrorism' and war. Her most recent work has extended this interest in war through a critical engagement with criminological understandings of war and its consequences through a gendered lens.
Dr. Walklate's recent publications include:
- Cook, E., & Walklate, S. (2020). Gendered objects and gendered spaces: The invisibilities of ‘knife’ crime. Current Sociology. DOI: 10.1177/0011392120932972.
- Mcculloch, J., Maher, J. M., Walklate, S., McGowan, J., & Fitz-Gibbon, K. (2020). Justice perspectives of women with disability: An Australian story. International Review of Victimology. DOI: 10.1177/0269758020906270.
- Walklate, S., Fitz-Gibbon, K., McCulloch, J., & Maher, J M. (eds.). (2019). Towards a Global Femicide Index: Counting the Costs.
- Walklate, S., McCulloch, J., Fitz-Gibbon, K., & Maher, J. M. (2019). Criminology, gender and security in the Australian context: Making women’s lives matter. Theoretical Criminology, 23(1), 60-77. https://doi.org/10.1177/1362480617719449
- Walklate, S., & Hopkins, A. (2019). Real lives and lost lives: making sense of ‘locked in’ responses to intimate partner homicide. Asian Journal of Criminology, 14(2), 129-143. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11417-019-09283-2
- Walklate, S., Maher, J. M., McCulloch, J., Fitz-Gibbon, K., & Beavis, K. (2019). Victim stories and victim policy: Is there a case for a narrative victimology? Crime, Media, Culture, 15(2), 199–215. https://doi.org/10.1177/1741659018760105